Juliette Binoche as Nina / Anne Larrieux; Jean-Louis Trintignant as Scrutzler; Lambert Wilson as Quentin; Dominique Lavanant as Gertrude; Wadeck Stanczak as Paulot; Anne Wiazemsky as L'administratrice; Jean-Louis Vitrac as Fred; Philippe Landoulsi as Le rï¿½gisseur; Olimpia Carlisi as Olimpia; Caroline Faro as Juliette; Katsumi Furukata; Arlette Gordon as La journaliste branchï¿½e; Madeleine Marie; Serge Martina as L'acteur de la piï¿½ce; Michï¿½le Moretti as Daisy
NR (Not Rated)
A woman and three men. Nina, who's come to Paris to act and sleeps with any man at hand, meets Paulot, a young estate agent; he's smitten. She also meets Paulot's flatmate Quentin, a compulsive who stalks her. To Paulot's jealous dismay, she's willing to sleep with Quentin, and wants Paulot's friendship. After a desperate act by Quentin, Nina and Paulot share a flat, but she still won't take him as a lover; instead, her energy goes into a production of 'Romeo and Juliet' directed by a detached, intense man who becomes her father figure. Quentin's ghost taunts her, Paulot wants to end all contact, and the director plans to return to London. The art of the theater may be her only refuge.